leen at consolejunky.net
Wed Aug 31 09:32:12 MDT 2011
On 08/31/2011 04:38 PM, Justin T Pryzby wrote:
> I assume it's doing I/O, you can start a strace on the process to see
> for sure. Note that the rsync client usually forks a few times, so
> you may want to strace all of them (strace -p X -p Y -p Z), or launch
> the command under strace (strace -f CMD ARGS).
Well, I do have 2 hints.
You have to remember, it could be on either side that it is doing the I/O
And it could be other I/O on the same system which is slowing it down.
My guess is, if you have '-v --progress' and you rsync to an empty
directory, you might not find that it would pause.
Just adding --progress might give you the information you are looking
for already anyway.
> On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 07:09:35PM +0900, David Somers-Harris wrote:
>> rsync pauses during transfers. That is, while I'm watching the verbose
>> output, it will run through lots of files and then pause at an arbitrary
>> point and do nothing for around 3-15 minutes and then it will pick up again.
>> I'm using both -v and --stats. Why would this be? Is it scanning the
>> Both source and destination have rsync 3.0.8 and FreeBSD 8
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